[gattobus] – Prophet on Cloud Nine ☁ :-)

Composed and performed by Gianni Proietti a.k.a. “Gattobus” using a DSI Prophet 08.
No other instruments were used, I just added a delay effect and a reverb.

I hope you enjoy it! 😉


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[Jeremy Leaird-Koch] – Flavors of Multi

Demoing through the various sonic capabilities of Multi, a new synth in Ableton 9.5. Multi reminds me very much of the synth engines in the Teenage Engineering OP-1, which is very cool.

Apologies for the glitching. Capture software was being strange.


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[stereoping] – Stereoping Hardware Programmer for Yamaha TX81Z

Demo of the Stereoping Synth Controller in ’81Z’ edition for Yamaha TX81Z FM synthesizer. After 30 seconds of technical info what the highly specialized midicontroller does and how to wire it up, the video shows 4 little one-minute-demos. First the famous Preset C15 “LatelyBass” is tweaked into a mellow portamento bell sound. Second demo on preset C27 ‘Xylophone’ shows course tunings on the 4 operators to get some nice chords. Third demo on preset A17 ‘PercOrgan’ concentrates on the ‘Reverb Rate’ parameter of the TX81Z and the LFO for pitch- and amplitude-modulation. The fourth part demonstrates how to automate and remote TX81Z parameters with ordinary midi control change (CC) messages, using the programmers built in CC-to-SysEx-translator. Thanks for watching 🙂


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[Rok Koritnik] – Ultimate DX7 pads, strings & ambient

Here is a demo of Yamaha DX7. This demo shows you pad, string & ambient sounds. Some sounds are presets from various banks and some were made by myself. Most of the sounds play first only with some reverb and then with a strong chorus effect in order to give you an idea how DX7 can sound with a 80’s DCO synth style chorus.
Everything was improvised live (no midi was used).
Comments are welcome! Thank you!

If you want these patches, email me at: ultimate.dx7@outlook.com


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[WilliamSalmela] – Farewell Trident (Korg Trident Mk I)

I did something I thought I never would – sold my Korg Trident synthesizer. I had only a few days to compose a farewell song with that fantastic synth. And this is what I came up with. ”Farewell Trident” by The William Salmela Project.

All sounds are from the Korg Trident Mk I, a synth that was released in 1980. It’s a mighty 8 voice polysynth with 2 VCOs per voice. It has separate synth, brass and string sections that can be layered and played at the same time. For the strings there’s an ensemble effect and on top of all this there’s even an onboard flanger.
In this song only additional reverbs and delays are used to effect the sound. The synth was installed with MIDI and it was multitracked in Logic Pro.

Show me a modern piece of kit that sounds like this and I’ll buy it.


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[Juri] – Yamaha DX7 Sound Demo

Here’s a short tune showcasing my Yamaha DX7 synth. I mainly used factory patches with just few minor tweaks here and there. I can’t say enough good things about this synth.. It sounds and looks amazing and it’s built like a tank.

The video was shot with a Nikon D3100 & Holga HL-N lense.


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